Covenant Care was founded in 1994 by healthcare industry professionals who wanted to create a company that would exceed customer expectations through quality care. Our “family” includes over 8,000 professionals running 53 skilled nursing facilities and a therapy services company in 7 states. Managing risk has been critical to our success in the dynamic long-term care industry. We have a strong commitment to providing our residents with excellent care and service in a pleasant, comfortable setting.
We have created an environment where all of our employees interact with all Covenant Care patients, residents, family members and employees, in a manner that demonstrates genuine human caring. We have chosen the concept of family relationships and interactions to describe this human caring. As an employee of Covenant Care during our daily work is done in a manner that exemplifies the Covenant Care Mission: "We are family serving families."
We reward our employees’ contributions to our success by offering competitive compensation and benefits. A highlight of the many employee benefits available at Covenant Care includes:
- Covenant Care pays the majority of employee medical coverage.
- You pay less for benefits as contributions for medical, dental, and vision are pre-tax deductions.
- Company-paid holidays.
- Company-paid vacation with an increased benefit based on years of service.
- Company-paid sick days per year.
- Company-paid time off to attend the funeral of an immediate family member.
- 401(k) Retirement Savings Account.
Covenant Care is an equal opportunity employer.
The primary purpose of the A/R Regional Consultant to train and direct office personnel in the bookkeeping and related functions of the facility in accordance with current acceptable principles relating to the long term care industry in accordance with current laws and regulations, as may be directed by Accounts Receivable Director.
KEY JOB DUTIES:
- Direct and train facility office personnel in the preparation of computer reports and closing documents.
- Train and monitor the collection of accounts receivable, reporting delinquent accounts to the Executive Director of the facility.
- Review entries to the general and statistical ledgers, to assure accuracy and compliance with established accounting principles.
- Review resident admission contracts for completion and appropriate signatures.
- Review and develop a plan of correction for bookkeeping deficiencies noted during facility visits with Executive Director and Business Office Manager.
- Make written and oral reports/recommendations to the Executive Director concerning bookkeeping functions.
- Assume the responsibility and accountability, when necessary, of completing the assigned duties of facility office personnel.
- Assist in the recruitment and selection of competent office personnel and other auxiliary office staff.
- Participate and attend workshops, seminars, and meetings to keep abreast of current changes in the long-term care field, as well as maintain a professional status.
- Assist in completion of Quarterly Triple Checks as needed.
- Assist with billing, collections and follow up for delinquent accounts as assigned.
- Maintain confidentiality of all resident information.
- Other duties as assigned by Accounts Receivable Director.